Monthly Archives: May 2012

What’s the secret about an image which makes it captivating?

“A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know” – Diane Arbus In many great images we find ourselves drawn to,  it may be because of the secret about a secret within the story of the … Continue reading

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Complete Makeover Styling followed by Glamour Portrait Session – Before and After Images

We have written before about how a properly executed glamour makeover is part and parcel to the beauty we see around us every day in magazines, movies and on the streets,  click here for 9 more examples. As one more well … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between a ‘Crotch Shot’ and a Fine Art Photograph?

Recently, I lost a paid photo shoot. It turned out a hair stylist and sometimes photographer I shared an image of mine with, which was showing a vagina, cost me the shoot. It was not an image I publish.  It was … Continue reading

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Fine Art Nude Model Veronica Marie of the South West USA

Veronica Marie is a 26 years young fine art nude model who hales from Scottsdale, AZ, Colorado Springs, CO and now, also Las Vegas, NV. Yay !!   Garden spots all. She started modeling in 2006 part time and became … Continue reading

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Old School Retouching

As we have pointed out in the past on Glamourphotography.co, retouching is not a Photoshop phenomenon.     In yesteryear, retouching was a common, though mostly secret process that occurred behind the closed curtains of the photographers’, printers’ and retouchers’ … Continue reading

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Boudoir Photograph taken using Nikon 70-200mm AF-S f2.8G and Nikon D7000

This boudoir photograph was captured using a Nikon 70-200mm f2.8G ED VR II AF-S and Nikon D7000 DSLR body.     There is just enough in sharp focus to leave mystery to form… The 70-200mm f2.8G is the fastest focusing lens in my bag.  I … Continue reading

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